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Unless it’s limited to your pencil, lead in your environment is just all-around bad. Our eco-friendly readers suggest there are plentiful benefits to you and the world around you by going with lead-free PCB.

Tony Grenier

Tony Grenier

Tony is a musician and a businessman. He is an expert in playing different musical instruments so he started the company, Instrumental Global.

Prevents Biomagnification

Lead is dangerous for the environment as it is a heavy metal. Once it reaches the soil, it can be absorbed by the plants. In environmental science, we have what we call biomagnification. When the plant that absorbed the lead is eaten by an animal like a pig, then the metal concentration increases. If the pork meat is eaten by humans, the heavy metal concentration is further magnified. This magnified lead concentration is dangerous for human organs which may lead to several complications.

Hence, lead-free PCB prevents all these from happening.

Benefits All Living Organisms

Lead is a harmful material that can live in the environment for a longer time. So, using lead-free PCBs can save the environment to a great extent. Lead can easily affect water, soil, and air negatively. Alarmingly, lead can harm organs that produce oxygen in the water. It can be absorbed by soil and trees which harms children and old people in the long run.

Atiqur Rahman

Atiqur Rahman

Atiqur Rahman, Founder of Clean Tidy Hub.

Julian Goldie

Julian Goldie

Julian Goldie, CEO of Goldie Agency.

Saves the Eco-System

These three reasons are alone enough for everyone to consider using lead-free electric products, let alone several other reasons.

  • By using lead-free assemblies, we will save air, water, and ground from lead poisoning
  • Electric wastage containing lead-made products is detrimental to green plants. If avoided, plant life can be saved from harmful contamination agents.
  • Lead contamination caused by improper e-wastage can cause detrimental health effects on wildlife. Avoiding lead-made gadgets can save our wildlife ecosystem.

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